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Lead Testing in School Drinking Water – 2020 Sampling & Reporting Compliance Requirements - Shared screen with speaker view
Ricahrd Elder
01:18:50
Sample taps that are posted "not for drinking" (not remediated from previous sampling) considered "not applicable"?
Ricahrd Elder
01:20:00
Does 2016 data still need to be retained on their webpages along with 2020 data?
garrett cappon
01:23:30
Could you provide some examples of tempered taps?
ADRIEL SHEA
01:24:06
Will you be providing specific guidance on sampling and notification during extended breaks.
John Strepelis
01:24:44
Was HERDs updated to include missing school buildings thata have a BEDS code? As an example, BOCES have multiple buildings and often the test results could be entered for each building.
Steve Gagnon
01:27:27
We understood in 2016 that 15.1 to 15.4 ug/l were still under the Action level and 15.5 ug/l was exceeding, was this changed in 2020, or was this always the case?
Marcia Galka
01:27:49
Are locker room shower heads comsidered tempered?
Steve Gagnon
01:28:02
Can systematic flushing be considered a perminant Corrective Action?
ADRIEL SHEA
01:30:20
If you sample near the end of the school year or break, should they notify students/care givers when the school year starts - and who does the 10-day notification go to - current students (eg. - summer) or the students who were there when the testing was done?
Marcia Galka
01:30:21
Do you have the definition of adequate water supply handy?